Deepak Aggarwal vs Keshav Kaushik & Ors[SC 2013]

Keywords: Public Prosecutor In our view, none of the five private appellants, on their appointment as Assistant District Attorney/Public Prosecutor/Deputy Advocate General, ceased to be ‘advocate’ and since each one of them continued to be ‘advocate’, they cannot be considered to be in the service of the Union or the State within the meaning of… Read More Deepak Aggarwal vs Keshav Kaushik & Ors[SC 2013]

Law Cell under Home Department , Govt of West Bengal

Law Cell: All Court matters including legal opinion, engagement of State Advocates, Preparation of Statement of Fact etc., Matters relating to Advocate General/ Legal Remembrance/ Government Pleader/ Public Prosecutor/ Secretary, Law Department/ Secretary, Judicial Department, Police firing cases/ Magisterial Enquiries, Departmental Proceedings /Appeal matters,

Prosecution Code

A. Introduction Prosecutors should identify and, where possible, seek to rectify evidential weaknesses, but, subject to the Threshold Test , they should swiftly stop cases which do not meet the evidential stage of the testing which cannot be strengthened by further investigation, or where the public interest clearly does not require a prosecution. Although prosecutors primarily consider the evidence and… Read More Prosecution Code

Lt. Col. Prasad Shrikant Purohit Vs. State of Maharashtra[SC 2017][bail granted ]

Keywords:-bail application-investigational rights  of agency An accused has a right to make successive applications for grant of bail, the court entertaining such subsequent bail applications has a duty to consider the reasons and grounds on which the earlier bail applications were rejected. In such cases, the court also has a duty to record the fresh… Read More Lt. Col. Prasad Shrikant Purohit Vs. State of Maharashtra[SC 2017][bail granted ]

Sunaina Sharma & Ors. Vs. The State of Jammu and Kashmir & Ors[SC 2017]-Service

Keywords- Retrospective Promotion-Direct recruitment-Seniority Seniority should be reckoned from the actual date of appointment. Retrospective promotion to a particular group can violate Article 14 and 16 of the Constitution of India. Even if the Rules enable the State to make retrospective promotion, such promotion cannot be granted at the cost of some other group. Therefore,… Read More Sunaina Sharma & Ors. Vs. The State of Jammu and Kashmir & Ors[SC 2017]-Service

Kailash Gour and Others Vs State of Assam [SC 2011 December]

KEYWORDS : Communal disturbance-Delay- murder acquittal DATE:- 15-12-2011- Every accused is presumed to be innocent unless his guilt is proved. The Presumption of innocence is human right. Subject to the statutory exceptions, the said principle forms the basis of criminal jurisprudence in India. there can only be one set of rules and standards when it comes to… Read More Kailash Gour and Others Vs State of Assam [SC 2011 December]